Re: [squid-users] bypass list

From: Henrik Nordstrom <>
Date: Wed, 21 Mar 2001 02:27:02 +0100

It is not Squid that you want to make go direct, it is the browsers. See
the "no-proxy" settings in your browsers proxy settings.

Henrik Nordstrom
Squid hacker
Oscar Valdez wrote:
> how i do that some URL dont be caches, i mean , som sites have ip source
> validation, and the ip of  my cache
> dont is allowed.
> the faq dont work:
> 4.19 Can I make Squid go direct for some sites?
> Sure, just use the always_direct access list.
> For example, if you want Squid to connect directly to servers,
> you can use these lines in your config file:
> acl hotmail dstdomain
> always_direct allow hotmail
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